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    Ananthapurathu Veedu

    Ananthapurathu Veedu

    Release Date : 09 Jul 2010
    Director : Naga
    Critics Rating
    Audience Review
    Ananthapurathu Veedu belongs to horror genre, and deals with supernatural powers. The story revolves around the house. 90% of the story happens in this house. An ancestral property, Where a child comes across a couple of ghosts.
    Director Naga
    Story NA
    Screenplay NA
    Dialogue NA
    Cinematography NA
    Music Ramesh Krishna
    Producer Shankar
    Production Company NA
    Distributer NA
    Music Label NA
    Lyrics Vairamuthu
    Singers NA
    Art Direction NA
    Stunt Choreography NA
    Dance Choreography NA
    VFX NA
    Costume Design NA
    Budget TBA
    Box Office TBA
    OTT Platform TBA
    OTT Release Date TBA
    • filmibeat.com
      Creepy crawls, ghostly figures with long-loosened commercial like shampooed hairs, objects breaking down, dark gloomy camera shots and vengeance sought. Supernatural thrillers have always been restrained with such boundaries. But for the very first..
    • days ago
      Ananthapurathu Veedu is directed by TV serial director Naga who has debuted into silver screen with this film. The movie is revolving around 2 super natural spirits in a house in ananthapuram and director naga who has won accolades through his serial 'marma desam' has chosen a story that has suited him well. It is more of a thriller than a horror movie. He deserves a pat on his back for making this movie enjoyable by all and projecting spirits in a positive way is definitely an out-of-box thinking. No screeching sounds, abrupt screams and fearful scenes and handling this type of story without all these deserves an applause. The cast (Nanda and Chaya Singh) is also appropriate and both of them have done their jobs well except in few places where nanda's expressions were artificial. Master Aryan (anand) is one of the best finds next to probably baby shamili and the kid carries the film on his tiny shoulders. The expressions and the body language from this boy is truely amazing and he deserves all the credit. Music is ok and could have been better. The screenplay for this type of thrillers need to be little more faster and at some places, the shots looked a bit repetitive and appeared to be stuffed there to for the sake of it. Overall it is brave attempt by Dir. Shankar and a quality stuff from Dir. Naga when tamil cinema is drowning in commercial shit of big fights and punch dlgs
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